This year's Goodman Games was a morning highlight of Founders' Day. Goodman Games were held again this NOAC because of the fun experience they provide for the participants. They also providing ideas for games they can play at their Conclaves.
The Goodman Games had forty-six different stations with two lodges per station. That is a total of ninety-two teams that can participate with six to four members. The games were introduced by stating the objectives and how to play, as well as some of the overarching highlights. Games included Scout skills like log sawing, and just for fun games like ring toss.
When the participants complete ten games, they receive a wooden nickle that is part of a set from Founders' Day. As this year's chairman Ross Armstrong said, “the Goodman Games will leave a huge impact on participants.”